Users with 25k+ reputation have access to site analytics, which shows some information about traffic sources and also about number of posts, votes and traffic.
I found this older feature request which is marked status-completed: Could moderators of a Stack Exchange site be granted access to Google Analytics, for SEO purposes? However, it is from 2010 and the (status-completed) tag was added in 2011 - so it is older than the privilege for regular users, which exists since 2015. So it is possible that the moderators were granted in 2011 access to the same thing which is now available also to 25k+ users.
Question: Do moderators have access to more detailed analytics than 25k+ users? If that's the case, what kind of additional data can they see?
I am asking partly because of the recent discussion on MathOverflow Meta, asking about search terms which lead users to that site: How do off-topic question askers find MO?
EDIT: I found also this post from 2017 - which suggests that the mods had access to search keywords at the time: Which data from the moderator analytics can I share?